Once in a while you have to go off the beaten track, it changes the experience, and San Fabían de Alico is a perfect destination to do this! This small rural village is located at the foot of the Andes Mountains in the Bío Bío region.
Cerro* Concepción and Alegre are the lively, bohemian parts of town, which probably gave Valparaíso its reputation as a place of poets, painters and dreamers. The city has a great nightlife and is full of multicoloured private residences that seem to be stacked atop each other on the hillside.
Pichilemu is a surfer’s paradise: sick waves, laid back charm and a great party scene. A sleepy surfer town most of the year, it really steps up a notch in the Summer months when crowds pour in for the wild beaches and even wilder beach parties.
Talca is the capital of the Maule Region, and is located at about 3 hours south of Santiago. The Maule region houses an impressive range of tourist attractions, both on the coast as in the Andes mountains and Talca is your perfect hub to visit them.